George Pickens has undergone a transformation.
In the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 17-10 triumph over the Baltimore Ravens in the regular-season finale, the absence of the second-year standout wide receiver was increasingly evident.
Pickens failed to secure a single catch throughout the game, with his only involvement being a three-yard rushing attempt. Typically, we’ve witnessed Pickens displaying emotions on the sidelines or expressing frustration in the locker room. However, that was not the case on this occasion.
During a live appearance, Pickens exhibited a positive attitude.
For the fifth time in six years, the Pittsburgh Steelers find themselves in a familiar situation on the final weekend of the regular season.
Presently positioned ninth in the AFC standings, the Steelers must surpass at least two teams this weekend to secure a playoff spot. With the Colts and Texans in action in Indianapolis, the Steelers are set to climb in the standings after their victory over the Ravens.
It appears that Pickens is maturing right before our eyes.